24 Cans of Pepsi from Mon 13th - Wed 15th September £4.80 @ Lidl - HotUKDeals
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As per the title. I know Asda have a great deal on 12 cans for £3.00 but this is great.
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#1
Very good price, I think I'm right in saying individual cans of Pepsi at Lidl are usually 25p each, working out as £6 for 24, so this is an excellent deal, have some heat.
#2
Where abouts on the website is this. Can't seem to find it!!
#3
HOT HOT HOT 20p a can!!!
#4
Sometimes deals are to found on leaflets in shop before they appear online.

I posted Morrison Coke deal ealier today 8x330ml BOGOF @ £3.50 = 22p can on now
#5
When they had the cheap 6 packs this summer, they didn't have Max, just Pepsi or Diet. Hopefully this deal will have Pepsi Max, as it's our favourite here!
#6
Standard price for offers (coke or pepsi) is 25p per can, so anything under that is pretty darn good.
20p per can is very good
#7
I found the deal on a leaflet not online.
adamrwood
Where abouts on the website is this. Can't seem to find it!!
#8
cookiemonster83
Pepsi only? Or is Max included?


Only states the ordinary Pepsi :-(
#9
Says 13th-15th on my leaflet - it's one of the Monday to Wednesday deals.
#10
Oops my bad will edit post now! I looked at the top of the leaflet :-). Thanks Sherry.

sherry4283
Says 13th-15th on my leaflet - it's one of the Monday to Wednesday deals.


Edited By: watervoles on Sep 06, 2010 12:29: .
#11
May be a good idea to put the price on the thread title mate.
#12
Im liking this and gonna get me some!
banned#13
Someone please explain the difference between Pepdi Max and Diet Pepsi.
Also Coke Zero and Diet Coke.
#14
This is roughly the same price at Costco incl the VAT, providing ppl have a card to get in. It is also roughly the same price that our local Asian cash and carry sells Pepsi for, but anyone can walk in without the need for a membership card.
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Villa
Someone please explain the difference between Pepdi Max and Diet Pepsi.
Also Coke Zero and Diet Coke.


Pepsi Max is a extra cola flavoured diet pepsi. (hence max)

Coke Zero is a copy of Pepsi Max. As young people tend to favour Pepsi Max, Coke even though is dominant over normal pepsi, wanted to compete with the Max version too.
#16
picked up 10 x 330ml of diet coke for £1.25 at tesco today! dont think its national though?
#17
HOT HOT HOT! Very very good price for Pepsi!
#18
Villa
Someone please explain the difference between Pepdi Max and Diet Pepsi.
Also Coke Zero and Diet Coke.


Personally, I cant stand diet pepsi or diet coke. Tastes like watered down coke from a dodgy pub to me.

However, Pepsi Max and Coke Zero are now top of my shopping list as they taste so much better than diets but are still "better for me" than the regular stuff, of which I used to drink far too much!.
banned#19
Shock
Villa
Someone please explain the difference between Pepdi Max and Diet Pepsi.Also Coke Zero and Diet Coke.
Pepsi Max is a extra cola flavoured diet pepsi. (hence max)Coke Zero is a copy of Pepsi Max. As young people tend to favour Pepsi Max, Coke even though is dominant over normal pepsi, wanted to compete with the Max version too.
Thanks.
#20
nice will grab 24 cans
#21
I can feel my teeth rotting already!
suspended#22
for how much?
#23
good price for a great drink!
#24
Fab deal, hope they've still got some left when I get there!
#25
walterboy
Personally, I cant stand diet pepsi or diet coke. Tastes like watered down coke from a dodgy pub to me.However, Pepsi Max and Coke Zero are now top of my shopping list as they taste so much better than diets but are still "better for me" than the regular stuff, of which I used to drink far too much!.

I'd disagree with the better for you bit, the sweeteners which replace the sugar to make max or zero are probably worse for you in the long run...

I'd rather have the extra calories and burn them off doing something physical than risk taking some man made laboratory produced sweetener.
#26
Of the Pepsis I prefer Pepsi Max. Coke zero I think tastes awful.
#27
Thank you OP
#28
thanks!

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